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$20 for $40 Worth of Steak-House Cuisine for Dinner
The Delaney's dinner menu mixes in steak and seafood, including an 8-ounce filet mignon ($27.99), 12-ounce traditional slow-roasted prime rib with au jus ($25.99), and bacon-wrapped shrimp on a bed of basmati rice ($24.99).
The chefs at Delaney’s Steakhouse know how to prepare a good steak. They aim to bring the steak’s flavor to the forefront using a simple seasoning of sea salt and cracked black pepper. They then quickly sear the meat at 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit to keep the juices in. But it’s Delaney’s strict aging process that brings out the best flavors in its filet mignon, boneless rib eye, and traditional slow roasted prime rib. Each steak is, at the very minimum, aged for a period that is equivalent to the length of a standard middle-school romance (21 days), and then the steak is cut by hand at the restaurant.
In addition to juicy steaks, the menu also has a number of seafood selections including the Chilean sea bass and bacon-wrapped shrimp. All dishes are served in an elegant dining room punctuated by glossy, wooden accents and a long, marble-topped bar.